FROM PAGE 3 As to the weeks to come, Martin reported in addition to daily plant operations that there was a DMR report for the DNR, along with more sludge pumping, working maintenance, and sewer …
FROM PAGE 3 As to the weeks to come, Martin reported in addition to daily plant operations that there was a DMR report for the DNR, along with more sludge pumping, working maintenance, and sewer jetting.
Closing out last with the Police update, Chief Weiland noted in part that Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers had signed into law Wisconsin Act 48, thereby addressing the banning of choke holds “except in circumstances of self-defense or life-threatening situations,” the Chief wrote. Addressed by Wisconsin Act 49 meanwhile, was public access to policies regarding the use of force by law enforcement.
“The new legislation requires that agencies post their use of force policy on the website of their municipality for public viewing,” Chief Weiland wrote the Council. “I will be working with Nicole to make this update but to take it one step further, we will be publishing our entire policy and procedures manual on the police department portion of the city website for public access.
Last but not least, conditional offers of full-time employment currently exist for Officer Kevin Hagmann with the Rice lake PD and Christian LeMay with Coby-Abbotsford.
“I am expecting their resignation in the coming days as a result,” Weiland wrote, meaning that Stanley and Boyd may both need to look for law enforcement help, as Hagmann currently serves in both communities— time will tell.